Special Election for NH House District, Hillsborough 44!

There is a Special Election coming up for NH House District, Hillsborough 44 (Manchester Wards 8 & 9 and Litchfield) on May 23. The NH AFL-CIO has organized a Labor to Labor Walk in support of Candidate James Morin, Retired Union Member. We need volunteers for some door to door canvassing! Tuesday, May 9 from


THE NEW HAMPSHIRE AFL-CIO LINDA HORAN   SCHOLARSHIP IS BACK FOR 2017! It’s that time of year again! It’s time to honor our Sister Linda Horan by contributing to the Scholarship program that proudly bears her name! There is still time to donate! In honor of our Sister’s lifelong struggle to support workers rights, both Union

NH AFL-CIO 58th Biennial Convention May 5-7 at The Margate Resort

Brothers & Sisters, The Fifty-Eighth Biennial Convention of the New Hampshire AFL-CIO is just around the corner. On May 5th, 6th, & 7th we will gather at The Margate Resort in Laconia, New Hampshire to elect officers to the Executive Council, vote on the 2017 New Hampshire AFL-CIO Strategic Plan, discuss constitutional amendments, resolutions, and

New Hampshire Labor Has Lost One Of Its Strongest Voices

Today, our New Hampshire Labor Family lost one of its strongest voices, Senator Scott McGilvray. Scott’s service to New Hampshire working families began long before he succeeded in winning his Senate Seat. Scott served as a Social Studies teacher and coach in Manchester for decades. Coach McGilvray didn’t dedicate himself to his community because it


PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release: February 16, 2017 Contact: Alan Raff, (603) 714-0258 New Hampshire AFL-CIO Reacts to House Vote on “Right to Work” Concord – Following the House vote on so-called “Right to Work” today, Glenn Brackett, President of the New Hampshire AFL-CIO made the following statement:  “Today a bi-partisan majority confirmed that ‘Right to

So-called “Right-to-Work” is Wrong for New Hampshire

Extreme politicians and out-of-state corporate interests are trying to pass so-called “Right-to-Work” in New Hampshire. This bill is deceptive, confusing and will drive down wages for ALL New Hampshire families. Instead of controversial legislation like “Right-to-Work”, we should be working together to improve wages and benefits for New Hampshire’s working families.  Tell your legislator to

Tell New Hampshire Legislators That Right to Work Is Wrong for Our State

Extremist Republicans in our state, along with corporate lobbyists and special interest groups, are once again pushing dangerous “right to work” laws, which will cut our wages and benefits and make our workplaces less safe. Sign the petition to tell Gov.-elect Chris Sununu and state legislators that right to work is wrong for New Hampshire.
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